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‘Sleepy Hollow': Fans Weigh in on Season Two

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Last season Sleepy Hollow  was FOX’s hit of the year, garnering staggering ratings in its freshman year, as 24 had in 2001.  It was such a success, that the network immediately gave the green light for season two after only airing three episodes! A story of two witnesses coming together to stop the Apocalypse kept the audience captivated, in a ... Read More »

TV Review: ‘Sleepy Hollow’- ‘Weeping Lady’

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A fair maiden's crush, a jealous jilted ex and yet another secret discovered! This week's Sleepy Hollow delivers another beautifully crafted chapter. Read More »

TV Preview: “Sleepy Hollow”- Always Halloween In ‘World of Sleepy’

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Sleepy Hollow's sophomore year has begun its' thrill ride, captivating Sleepy Heads worldwide! Read More »

‘Sleepy Hollow’ Exceeds Expectations in Season Two Premiere

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Spoilers ahoy: tonight is the season two premiere of "Sleepy Hollow" and Blogcritics has the scoop! Read More »

Book Review: ‘ Katrina and Winter: Partners in Courage’ by Nancy Stewart

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A girl learns to not allow her birth defect stop her from becoming who she is destined to become. Read More »

Book Review: The Gorilla Man and the Empress of Steak: A New Orleans Family Memoir by Randy Fertel

New Orleans story, featuring the distinctive characters, color, food, and history of that city — before Hurricane Katrina and after. Read More »

Book Review: Katrina: A Freight Train Screamin’ by Cary Black

American determination and heroism at its best. Read More »

New Orleans: City of Music, Food, and Beautiful Houses

New census data shows a nearly 29% population loss, but the city's cultural heart seems to be thriving. Read More »

Book Review: Before (During) After: Louisiana Photographers’ Visual Reactions to Hurricane Katrina, Edited by Elizabeth Kleinveld

A visual and literary narrative of how Hurricane Katrina…transformed the lives and work of 12 photographers from Southeast Louisiana. Read More »

DVD Review: Water Wars – When Drought, Flood and Greed Collide

The struggle with water and for water is the next big global crisis. Read More »